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Apr 28, 2013 10:00pm PDT
. and in his weekly address, president obama, they warned that unless congress agrees to find new ways for them to spend the painful budget cuts that will continue. >> we can't keep putting band- aids on every cut. >> reporter: and the white house, they say that many of those cuts were impacting the vulnerable. like the low-income women and children that will get meals through federal programs. and groups that don't have the type of muscle to lobby for relief, says sarah binder tracking the fallout. >> they get paid by medicare that are affected by sequestration saying we have long lines, turning away patients, that they will need to travel. and i believe that they will try to organize to try to put that type of bipartisan pressure on congress. >> and margaret reports that there will be no emergency legislation to bail out the programs, at least not any time soon. lawmakers left on friday for the nine-daybreak. >>> well, a shocking discovery in what is described as a hoarder's home in the county, among debris, three feet deep, nearly 50 dogs and cats. they said that they found about 31
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